By Peter J. Paris.
The Womanist Approaches to Religion and Society Unit invitation I received to speak about our beloved Katie Cannon proposed that I address the topic, “Cross-Cultural Service as a Source for Intellectual Bridge-Building: Katie Cannon as Pan-Africanist.” The topic is most apt. In fact, the first part of the title recommended for my talk is the actual title of an essay Katie wrote for a special issue of Review of Faith and International Affairs (in which I also have an essay). More about that momentarily.
Want to read more? Click here for full (free) access to Paris’s reflection at JSTOR: https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2979/jfemistudreli.35.1.17.
 See Katie G. Cannon, “Cross-Cultural Service as a Source for Intellectual Bridge-Building,” 53–55, and Peter J. Paris, “Formation of Moral Character through Global Community Service,” 25–28, both in Review of Faith & International Affairs 10, no. 1 (Spring 2012).
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